If it Looks Like a Duck, it May Be Your Timeshare

In Duck, North Carolina, the timeshare and common area homeowners association Board of Directors of Barrier Island Station has hired SPM Resorts as property managers.

SPM Resorts already manages 30 timeshare resort properties and serves the needs of approximately 100,000 timeshare owners, primarily at timeshare resorts along the US Eastern seaboard. As SPM Resorts President/COO Bill Young explains, “The Board of Directors will be depending on us not only to manage the large staff required by a resort of this size, but to keep accurate and efficient track of the books and to improve communication with the homeowners. We are excited to begin implementing some of the successful management tools we’ve developed during our 30 years of experience in timeshare to bring Barrier Island Station back to the level that our homeowners deserve.”

Why Barrier Island Station Timeshare Resort Suddenly Gets Very Interesting

Opportunities in Barrier Island Station timeshare resales and rental.Barrier Island Station timeshare resort at Duck is a beachside destination in one of the northernmost communities on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. With both the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Sound for water sports, timeshare owners can enjoy windsurfing, swimming, boating, rafting, sailing, fishing, and beach time. Barrier Island Station timeshare at Duck is also conveniently located within walking distance to the quaint shopping area of Duck. A selection of nearby restaurants in Kill Devil Hills and Kitty Hawk add to the resort’s desirability.

But, here’s why the new property management at this timeshare resort is so important. Barrier Island Station timeshare offer something that money cannot buy – one of the most private and minimally-used beach areas along North Carolina’s Outer Banks. On top of that, rooms are spacious and timeshare owners there generally have very positive reports on the helpfulness of the staff …all very important for the quality of your timeshare vacation experience.

When timeshare owners and vacationers at this resort have complained, in recent years it has been about the lack of sufficient cleanliness of timeshare units there and a general sense of items such as the linens being old and worn. Clearly bedsheets are easily replaced, but a beach that affords privacy and peace is an amenity that is hard to put a price on. When you hear Bill Young say, “We are looking forward to assisting Barrier Island in maintaining a sparkling-clean, fun facility, which will add to the enjoyment of vacationers and encourage them to return year after year,” you can’t help but feel good about the future of things to come for timeshare owners at Barrier Island Station.

Keep your eye on Barrier Island Station; this duck could turn into a real swan.